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a missing flight 370, what we just learned about a shift in the search. it is 5:00 a.m., i'm aaron gilchrist. >> one good thing is that we're prepared. i brought the gloves and scarf and winter coat. i was ready. >> absolutely, winter time is starting to settle into the region here. most of the leaves have been blown down off the trees. a couple oak trees holding on that theirs, but the wind is blowing. windchills in the 30s. staying cold for awhile. the good news is we'll have pretty good travel weather on wednesday. we'll have more coming up. temperatures in the 20s and 30s. so do bundle up. the next 24 hours focusing on the cold. dinner time tonight at 7:00 p.m. temperature only at 39 degrees. and another equally colder start coming up for tomorrow morning. wake up temperatures in the 20s. we'll talk about the impact on the commute coming up in ten
minutes. for now, here's melissa mollet. >> still have a problem here. take a look here at shut down between 29 and broad run church road. this is a crash from earlier. police are telling us it could be around for a couple hours. 66 overall looking good near. 95 you can see also nice and green this morning. 270 northbound and southbound moving along just fine. taking a look now at 95 in maryland as you're heading down south. 32 to the beltway. 11 minutes as it should. you don't have to worry about that. a live look at prince georges county when we're back in ten minutes. it's now 5:02. grief counselors will be at louden valley high school as students mourn the loss of a classmate. we're working to learn the name of the boy killed in a fiery crash. he was driving with a girl the same age early yesterday morning. a deputy tried to pull their car over for not having the headlights on. the teens sped away twice and
then crashed. the 15-year-old girl was flown to the hospital and is expected to recover. news 4 is following developments and will check in in 15 minutes. a development in the search for a missing malaysian airliner. the hunt for mh-370 is now shifting to a remote part of the indian ocean. the mysterious crash killed all 239 people on board. the new search will go through december. recently trying to put an extra $14 million into finding the wreckage. it's 5:02 now. strong winds made a raging house fire even harder to put out. firefighters in prince georges county had their hands full. nobody was home last night when this started. the house was badly damaged though. no word on what started the fire. new video after the terror attacks in paris. this it video of the rescue operations at the concert hall
just released by the french interior ministry. british prime minister david cameron laid a wreath at the concert hall today where 90 people were killed. police are using twitter to identify another suspect in the deadly terror attacks. here is what they tweeted. they are asking for information about the man seen in this picture. the french government says he's one of three suicide bombers who attacked crowds outside the national stadium in the middle of the soccer game. today former babysitter will be in court facing charges she attacked this little girl. the 2-year-old went missing last week and was later found naked, hurt and with her hair chopped off. she's recovering in the hospital now. police charged the babysitter with kidnapping, breaking and entering and assault. police are searching for a driver involved in a fatal crash over the weekend. it happened saturday night near east capital street.
the driver made a left turn, was hit by an oncoming car and left the scene. the driver died. if you saw anything in the area, police would like to hear from you. a tribute to a maryland couple who loves to bike together. bike clubs remembered the couple with a bike ride yesterday. a woman was drunk when she hit the couple as they rode their tandem bike on halloween. yesterday they rode to the site where they were killed and placed a bike there with the couple's name at the site. hundreds of guns are off the stree streets this morning because of the gift card for guns event in prince georges county. people brought close to 300 guns and in return they zeed gift cards. this is all part of the police department's mission to cut back on gun violence. the redskins were not able to beat the panthers to break their undefeated record and a
team leader is partially blaming the referees. he feels the team's name is why sesh calls don't go in the redskins' favor. >> we fight against teams and referees. it is what it is. i don't know if it's about the name or what. don't worry about the name. we players. i'm just frustrated with it. we shouldn't have to be punished for it. >> the redskins had 5 turnovers and didn't give themselves much of a chance. the skins have nod won a road game at all this year. military members will be able to see the top prize in person. the lombardi trophy is going around bases today as part of the salute to service tour. military members can get their pictures taken with the trophy, play the quarterback challenge and have a chance to win tickets for this year's super bowl. we're following a developing story out of new orleans where more than a dozen people have
been shot and we're already learning what police think led up to the fight. cheers and jeers, donald trump on syrian refugees that has a lot of people talking this morning. take another look at current temperatures. you might need the scraper in some places this morning. chuck is fine tuning your commuter forecast. we'll have that at 5:11.
we're following a developing story out of new orleans this morning. 16 people shot at a playground in the city east 9th ward. police say hundreds of people were at that playground there for a music video shoot. two groups started shooting at each other. all 16 people went to the hospital. we're trying to find out conditions. we do know a 14-year-old was among those shot. the shooting could be gang related. a police officer in st. louis is expected to recover after he was shot last night. the officer is in the hospital
right now. shoulder while chasing a suspect. he shot back and missed but police did arrest the man. the officer is 24 years old and just graduated from the police academy last month. coming up on 11 minutes after 5:00 on what really has been the coldest morning of the season so far. temperatures in the 30s. >> it's really cold. is this the beginning of a pattern, chuck bell? >> it's going to stay cold for the next day or so. there are signs of the warm up in the second half of the week. monday morning will be quite chilly. 30 in rest tin u. 28 in manassas. good news is at least the sky is clear. a bit of a breeze, but shouldn't be any weather-related slowdowns for this evening and even tomorrow is looking good. so temperatures in the 20s to near 30 with a clear sky coming back home and staying on the chilly side. temperatures only barely in the
low 40s on your way home later on this afternoon and cool weather around here. travel weather as well. if you're traveling midweek, showers likely in the middle of the country and a lot more snow threat in parts of the intermountain west. what about our thanksgiving forecast? that's coming up in just ten minutes from now. >> goorng, taking a live look this morning. everything is rolling along just fine. don't have to worry about anything. 95 to the beltway, going to take you 18 minutes. can't ask for anything much better than that on a weekday morning here this morning. we're clear northbound and southbound. still shut down between 29 and broad run church road. 56 into town and out of town. 70 overall. no major issues. i'm angie goff at the live
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we are off to a frigid start. just look at some of the temperatures you're waking up to this morning. 28 degrees in manassas. 31 in baltimore. we are seeing 20s on the map for the first time. a warm-up is on your way for thanksgiving. chuck bell will let us know more about that in a few minutes. a local high school is in mourning today after a fiery crash. a 15-year-old boy was killed in sterling yesterday. a girl the same age is in the hospital. grief counselors are preparing for a tough day at louden valley high school. that is where we find more.
>> reporter: it's going to be a difficult day for this school community, a difficult week for all the folks out here. police have not released the name of the 15-year-old driver who died after he sped away from a traffic stop. his passenger is in the hospital this morning. now there is a lot we are still working to find out. here's what we know at this point. the team was driving without his headlights near east leech road. that's near sterling. that's when a sheriffs deputy spotted the car, tried to pull them over but the driver apparently drove off. when the deputy continued to try to make this traffic stop, the driver sped off going at a high rate of speed and crashed. and a witness told us the young driver could not get out of the fiery wreck. >> police officers almost tore
the door off the passenger side and drug her out because of the fire. they kept yelling at the young man in the car, sir, you have to get out, the car is on fire. he never answered them back. >> reporter: as we told you, the driver and the passenger both 15 years of age. now the minimum age to get a driver's license is 16 years and 3 months. you have to be at least 15 years old and 6 months to get. learner's permit but you still need an adult seated beside you. that's the latest live from outside louden valley high school. back to you. >> thank you. a pilot had to make a crash landing when his plane lost power. he was taking off from fort meade headed to florida. the pilot tried to get back to the airport and crash landed in a grassy area just off the
runway. he was not hurt. it's been one year since the death of a 12-year-old. yesterday dozens gathered at the cleveland wreck center where he was shot to death by police. the officer saw him holding a pellet gun but thought it was a real gun. two reports found the officer shooting was justified. the family urged the group to pick a side in the debate over police violence. >> don't take lightly the job of a police to come in a wreck center and just started to shoot. it's unforgivable for us. >> the family is also continuing to demand for the cleveland police officers involved in the shooting to be indicted immediately. i watched when the world trade center came tumbling down. i watched in jersey city, new jersey, where thousands and thousands of people were
cheering as that building was coming down. >> more controversial talk from one of the republican candidates for president. donald trump justified his plan for surveillance of syrian refugees with claims that people cheered as the twin towers collapsed on 9/11. the mayor of jersey city tweeted trump's claims were absurd. trump is one of the presidential hopefuls urging president obama to take tougher actions against isis. tracie potts joins us with that at 5:30. a survey shows two gubernatorial candidates are virtually unknown to voters. the poll found more than half of virginia's polls didn't know much about ed gillespigillespie. 43% of those surveyed felt the state was going in the wrong direction. the next virginia governor's election is in 2017. it was a comfortable win for
argentina's new president. he won the 53% of the vote in the first ever run off election. e he promised voters business-friendly reform to spur investment in the economy. in news for your health, adhd drugs may make it harder for kids to sleep. new research from the university of nebraska found children who took the drug tended to have trouble falling and staying asleep. it goes against past studies saying it improved sleep. the timing of doses and having a nightly bedtime routine may help. that's advice we so often hear from kids and adults, sticking to a normal routine. >> to actually do it is really tough. checking e-mails, doing one more thing. it will be hard to get out of bed if you were tucked under the covers.
>> it's a chilly one for sure. temperatures only in the 20s and 30s. just enough of a wind out there where windchills will keep you on the cold side this morning. weather impact between low and moderate today. you'll need the coat on the way out the door. check out the chill. 19 for a windchill in gaithersburg. 17 the windchill in hagerstown. even in the metro area, windchills only in the 20s. it's a real cold one. the feels like temperatures is never going to feel like it's anymore 37 degrees later on today. you'll need not only the winter coat to get ut the door, you'll need it all day long. actual air temperatures will reach to the mud 40s. going out tonight on monday night, dry and cold. plan on temperatures in the 30s. it's going to be a cold start for much of the week and much of the east coast. there's a little warmer trend
coming just in time for thanksgiving and the day after. a lot of folks do some shopping on friday. so weather will be relatively mild compared to average. what about tomorrow? another cold start, but after tomorrow that's when the warming friend starts to come back into the picture. here's your seven-day forecast. for today, 45, breezy and chilly. tomorrow, mostly sunny. travel days on wednesday. pretty good travel weather for most of the country. cool and dry on the east coast. you could have some slowdowns for minneapolis, chicago, st. louis, down to dallas. then out to the west, most of the real bad travel swl going to be. for us, thanksgiving day looks nice. mud 60s likely to be the day you're going to be outside doing the shopping around. the weekend rain chances come back in on saturday. high temperatures back down into the 50s. we'll give you the forecast for that in a few minutes. for now, over to melissa.
>> still have this problem here. it will be shut down because of the police investigation for the next couple hours between 29 and broad run church road. trying to get more information as well. everything is slowing for you here. a little slow on 70 in frederick. rest of the way down is okay. 70 down to to take you 29 minutes. no problems in the northbound lanes this morning. over here top of the beltway is nice and green. we'll take a live look in ten minutes. an 18-year-old was arrested and charged with killing aymman blackburg. police just revealed that arrest today. her 15-month-old son was in the
crib at the time of that murder but was not hurt. police said a handgun was found near the home. it was tested and connected. a shift in policy after recent terror attacks. they want the public to take action if it's safe to do so. she spoke about paris attacks last night. nearly 60% of active shooter situations are over before police arrive. the chief says if yao in a position to take out an attacker, doing so could save lives. >> that's counterintuitive what cops tell people. we say don't take action, call 9/11. don't intervene in the robbery. we have never told people to take action. it's a different scenario. >> you're telling them that now though? >> we are. >> the chief says she's worried about a numbness to these attacks. the chances of being part of one are low, but the chief says people should have an awareness
and be prepared. a space heater may be responsible for a fire that killed three young children. one of them a 10-month-old boy. there were no working smoke detectors in the home. a neighbor was able to help get some children out safely. two died along with the baby boy. the man who lived at the home is seriously hurt after going back inside the house to try to save them. new pictures of a search and clean up after a being landslide. 113 people died there. another 100 are missing right now. this happened near a mine on saturday. the landslide destroyed several homes. new signs and pictures posted in remembrance of president kennedy. yesterday marked 52 years since his assassination. dozens of people gathered to remember him and held a moment of silence at the time he was
shot. local college students get a chance to weigh in on redesigning the $10. the treasury u secretary is meeting with students. students get to talk about which woman they would like to replace hamilton. the new bills are planned for 2020 marking the anniversary of the 19th amendment. the syrian refugee crisis takes center stage in decision 2016. who is demanding a tougher response to the terror group? on the heels of the terror attacks in paris and mali comes a busy travel season. should you be afraid? what you need to know before you leave for vacation. another thing travelers are thinking about this morning. will the weather impact your trip. chuck bell will et let us know. that's coming up at 5:31.
how low will they go? if you're waking up now, don't say we didn't warn you. chuck says the temperatures are gist one of the factors that might have you feeling the freeze today. from the capital to the campaign trail, several are calling for president obama to toughen his stance on isis. we're 30 minutes away from the phone lines opening up.
how you can help make thanksgiving extra special for people in our area. we have breaking news. two different things just popped up. 95 northbound at 32. reports that all lanes are shut down because of a crash. we are seeing some red on the map to see what is going on. another problem just spoke with police about this one. the parkway all lanes blocked there as well because of an accident that just happened. still have a problem here shut down between 29 and broad run church road for that earlier crash. looking good overall. >> outside this morning, it's a chilly one. that's definitely one of the four things you need to know about the weather for today. teens and 20s for windchills. sunshine and high pressure in
charge. quiet weather for traveling if you're leaving town today. it looks like black friday shoppers won't need the heaviest winter coat on friday. that will be our mildest day of the week. monday morning is a cold one. we're in the 20s and 30s now with windchills in the teens and 20s. it will be a cold day for sure. if you're dropping off food, we appreciate that. temperatures will rise to the mid-40s. we hope to see you there later on today. in decision 2016 a call for a tougher, more immediate response to isis. candidates call canning president obama's current strategy ineffective. even nonexistent. tracie potts is live on capitol hill with feedback from both parties. >> good morning, he's back after five hours ago facing criticism from the cam can pain trail from
people like donald trump who says he would backtrack saying he would register all syrian refugees coming into the country, bring back water boarding and monitor places like mosques. ben carson adding that we should be monitoring schools and shopping centers and other places where people become radicalized. not all republicans agree. rand paul says that should not be done, absolutely not. john kasich calls it nonsense. it shows how many ideas are out there. a number of republicans and democrats don't think the president is doing enough to fight isis. some say we need more boots on the ground and people in syria beyond the 50 special ops the president has authorized to get this going. >> tracie potts live on capitol hill, thank you. everyone is safe after a suspicious passenger caused southwest airlines to divert a flight. the plane was headed to los
angeles. several passengers didn't follow crew instructions and started acting suspiciously. police escorted four people off that plane. the rest of the passengers also dpot off so police dogs could do a search. travel safety tips as this week started the season of holiday travel. the tsa predicting the busiest travel season ever. they are recommending passengers show up two hours before your floigt time. >> with all the travel warnings out there, every airport has heightened security. >> travelers will hit the road as well. of the 47 million americans expected to travel for thanksgiving, 89% will drive. gas prices are low at an average of $2.15 a gallon. filling up hasn't cost this little for this time of year since 2008. a majority of d.c. residents think federal prosecutors should drop their investigation into the mayor's 2010 campaign. that's according to a new "washington post" poll.
prosecutors have suggested gray helped funnel more than 650,000 in illegal contributions to this campaign. the probe let to a half dozen associations pleading guilty to multiple charges. the mayor denied any wrong doing. a fallen firefighter is remembered in an emotional ceremony just steps from where he passed away. on sunday fire company 6 celebrated kevin mccray day. he died in the line of duty back in may as he battled a two-alarm fire. he was one of the first to the apartment building. he helped five people to safety that day before he collapsed. >> kevin loved his jb. ever since he was young, he wanted to be a fireman. >> yesterday would have been his 45th yesterday. it pays to teach in arlington county, virginia.
the gap in salary is shrinking, but it still exists. arlington is on top with $78,000 a year. manassas park is at the bottom with $58,000 a year. since 2012 "the washington post" reports all districts increase teacher salaries while erge had the biggest jump up $so,000. starting today fiat chrysler dealership and their family members can get a free college education. this is part of a new partnership. the auto maker told "the washington post" that employees, spouses and children can earn a bachelors and masters degree debt free. people can take classes online or go to one of the campuses. we're following a developing story out of japan right now where an explosion has rocked
the shrine in tokyo. the shrine was very controversial. the late e.g. on the search and shocking surveillance video of that incident. you might want to drive the kids to the bus stop if you're fortunate enough to have a car. we're sitting at the freezing mark in some places. 32 degrees. >> it's 5:36. stay with us.
developing right now, police in tokyo are searching for whoever blew up a shrine. you can see the investigation outside the shrine for fallen soldiers. the explosion damaged a bathroom but no one was hurt. this is a popular spot for tourists and it's controversial because china and south korea don't believe japan's history in world war ii should be honored. rite now police in new orleans are hunting for the man who shot a medical student who stopped a kidnapping. the 21-year-old is wanted for attempted murder among other charges. tulane university medical student peter gold stopped the kidnapping on friday. you can see him here at the bottom of the screen with his hands up. he shot him once in the stomach and reloaded the gun. he tried to shoot gold in the
head, but the gun jammed. the woman was not seriously hurt. it's weather and traffic on the 1s. we need to talk about this big change for the workweek. you need to get the winter stuff out. >> you warned us about these things that they are coming and i wasn't ready. this morning i just wasn't ready. >> just like your grade school teachers. i tell you and tell you and you don't listen to me. it is cold out there this morning. it feels a whole lot more like winter than autumn. temperatures in the 20s and 30s, but windchills are back in the upper teens and low 20s. you'll need your winter coats for sure for the day today. you may need the hats and gloves. the steering wheel is going to be awfully cold. the upside it will be nice and sunny. the psychological day forecast, bus stop temperatures near 30, but chills in the 20s. recess e gets a b today because
it's chilly. thanksgiving week means two things. travel and shopping. . those forecasts coming up in a few minutes. right now, breaking news on the road. northbound at 123 have reported that all lanes will are shut down this morning because of an accident. 95 north at 32. only one lane open because of a crash there. a couple different problems. top of the beltway, 95 over to 270 going to take you nine minutes. 95 northbound the beltway is also okay. today is a big day at nbc 4. we invite you to join us in our food for families campaign. we are providing thanksgiving meals to local families in need. there are several ways to help out today. at 6:00 this morning, you can
start dropping off food or cash donations at the verizon center. you can also make donations online or by phone. you see the number on your screen there. the phone lines are open at 6:00 too. go to the nbc washington app and search "food for families." a controversial policy in prince william is back in the spotlight. . who is calling for an audit on an immigration policy. and forget about cyber monday when you can get all the good online deals from walmart.
32. >> good morning, we failed to make 50 degrees jed and our fall juries will continue into today. it's in the 20s and 30s. but windchills are down in the teens. how long does this chill last? your seven-day forecast in a few minutes from now. happening today the mayor will announce recommendations on how to honor the mayor who died a year ago right before his big annual turkey giveaway, which is happening today in southeast. you see the live truck. it's loaded with food and volunteers including marines unloading the truck now. a lot of families will get enough food today to feed their family. s this thanksgiving. 2900 people pre. registered for the giveaway. if you didn't, you can still come out and get a turkey as long as you live in ward 8 and
can show proof of residency. this is video you're locking at from last year when volunteers helped give away more than 3,000 turkeys. of course, his legacy is as a long time champion for the poor. he started the giveaway and raised thousands of dollars every year so families could have turkeys and pod to eat for thanksgiving. the giveaway is from 7:00 to 7:00. you can also donate turkeys if you'd like. back to you. >> thank you. in massachusetts today a woman will face charges that she attacked a little girl. police say the woman kidnapped the girl she was babysitting. she was found on the side of the road, naked, hurt and with her hair chopped off. police charged the baby suter with kidnapping, breaking and entering and assault. police are looking for a driver involved in a fatal crash saturday night.
it happened in southeast d.c. the driver made. a left turn and hit by an oncoming car. the driver died at the hospital. if you saw anything in this particular area at the time of this crash, police would like to hear from you. clubs gathered to remember a couple killed on halloween. they took part in a memorial bike ride for the couple. police say a woman was drunk when she hit the couple while biking together. yesterday the group placed a tandem bike with the couple's name on it. . board of supervisors are looking at their immigration policy. it requires police officers to check the status of all people arrested. they are required to tell customs if they find a person who is undocumented. the board wants an internal auditor to investigate whether officers are properly reporting that information.
countries in central africa are preparing for a pay pill visit this week. you can see tailors sewing a robe if pope france. pope francis leaves this wednesday. nearly 300 guns are off the streets this morning thanks to the gift cards for guns event this weekend in prince georges county. people bound their gun. s and received gift cards worth $50 to $150 depending on the type of gun they returned. this is all part of the police department's initiative to cut back on gun violence. military members will be able to see the nfl's top prize in person today. the lombardi trophy is visiting bases throughout the country. military members can get their
pictures taken with the trophy, play the quarterback challenge and have a chance to win tickets for next year's super bowl. he agreed to work an unscheduled shift but was out of job by the end of the day. hfs hired because he was collecting cans in the parking lot and keeping the refund money. how much did he make? >> i said i did not know i was stealing anything. >> he says he took a one-hour bus ride back to walmart to return the money he received from the cans. donations are pouring in from a gofundme campaign. it's a big blow to the conservation efforts. one of only four northern white rhinos left in the world. she was housed at safari park.
she had to be euthanize. ed after her health took a turn for the worse. they have been decimated by poachers who kill the animals for their horns. in northern california zoo officials have located a missing panda. the creature was missing for three days. somebody spotted the panda walking around hoof half mile from the zoo entrance. no word on how he got out in the first place. time for weather and traffic on the 1s. jo and you really are going to want to bund. l up today. >> current temperatures on the left-hand side and the flag on the right-hand side. that's at union station. chuck bell has more on what's happening with the weather
today. >> early taste of winter time coming into the area. temperatures are back down into the 20s. you saw old glory flapping in the breeze. welcome back to winter. it's cold again. yesterday's high in washington, only 49 degrees. that was our coldest high temperature since march 29th. we're likely to be colder than that today. so the weather impact on your monday, low to moderate depending on how cold tolerant you are. it will be cold and blustery all day long today. chills are like ly to stay in te 30s all day. temperatures 28 in new market. 28 in charles town is. hourly temperatures today into the low to mid-30s this morning. it's food for families day. leave us canned goods or a check and we'll be providing food for families for thanksgiving. temperatures will be good day to bundle up and donate to our
cause may help you feel warmer. tonight another cold one coming up by early tomorrow morning. back into the 20s to near 30. tomorrow e though pert than today, quite a bit cooler than average. so seven-day forecast time. breezy and cold. 45. the warm-up begins tomorrow. wednesday is a big travel day around here. pretty good weather for traveling around the midatlantic and up and down the eastern sea board. middle of the country could have some delays there. back to the west, chances for snow there. . then in our forecast for friday. that's a big shopping day. plan on temperatures to be mostly in the 20s to near 30 degrees early frud morning. but up sbo the. breaking news, parkway northbound at 123. right now all lanes are shut
down. traffic being pushed off. they are saying right on to scot run. everybody is being diverted. 95 northbound the lanes open at 32, but delays remain. 12 miles per hour northbound through that area near 32. that was an accident investigation that was closing things for quite awhile this morning. inner loop and outer loop, no problems there. an update on a situation on the parkway in five minutes. two men in the middle of one of the deadly paris attacks are opening up about what happened. members of the band spoke out and said were on stage when gunmen ran into a concert hall and started shooting. 130 people were killed during all of the attacks including 89
people at the concert hall. >> a great reason so many were killed is so many people wouldn't leave their friends. so many people put themselves in front of people. >> that was a preview of the full interview. the full version will be released later this this week. a gaping hole in national security, that's new york senator chuck schumer's platform behind a new bill to outlaw guns for anyone on the terror watch list. >> first and foremost, our goal toz to be to avoid any terrorists from ging away. rather than making sure we shoot them after they have gotten their hands on one. >> the bill would effectively make the no-fly zone list a no buy list for suspected or known terrorists trying to buy a gun. the law was proprosed but the bush administration in 2007.
the police commissioner said e he awaits a law for congress to act. >> help us out is with that terrorist watch list. those thousands of people that can purchase firearms. i'm more worried about them than i am syrian refugees. >> senator schumer saidp]÷ thousands of people on the no-fly zone list have legally bought guns in the last two years. good morning, cnbc headquarters. walmart is moving all deals to sunday night launching 2,000 online only specials at 8:00 p.m. eastern time. they are competing with a.m. son for attention. amazon is rolling out deals and are expected to top $3 billion. we'll see the business report. it's 5:57.
what the holiday season has in store. they will deliver the holiday shopping forecast for this part of year. how consumers feel about their debt while to learn how much most of you plan to spend and how that compares to the last several years. one thing you won't be spending money on in the holidays is a tank of gas. gas prices are 70 cents low r than this time last year and will go down even more next month. we checked what you're spending in our area. in. d.c. you're paying $2.32 per gallon of gas. in maryland an average gallon will cost you $2.11 for a gallon. on average $1.91, a gallon of gas in west virginia is $2.12. iranian state media says a "washington post" reporter has been sentenced to jail time in
iran. our state department is working to confirm that sentencing. he has been detained in iran for more than a year. the country claiming he was spying. his family and "the washington post" deny those claims. the editor at "the post" said he believes he's being used as a political pawn. >> it's iraq making hollow announcements and providing nothing in the way of evidence to back up their claims. >> iranian media did not say how long he would have to spend in jail. in the day ahead, ba baltimore's former state's attorney will speak at students at howard university. this after the controversial decision to try six police officers in the death of freddie gray. the teen died from a spinal injury he suffered while in police custody. the appearance comes a week before the first of the officers goes on trial. also a pastor will face charges for his action in the aftermath of gray's death. he protested at the motion for
the officer wos face charges. he blocked traffic and tried to start a riot. the 27-year-old says his arrest was in mourning and a way to keep him away from the courthouse. a minneapolis police officer involved shooting, federal lawyers heading to minneapolis to investigate the death of jamar clark. clark was handcuffed when he was shot last week. . the e key issue during a visit will be whether authorities should release video of the fatal shooting. they resisted releasing the footage because it doesn't show the full incident and making the video public would compromise their investigation. right now on news 4 today at 6:00, morning the loss of a classmate in a fiery crash. what we're learning about the accident that killed a teen as the school he attended prepares to help students cope with husband death. good morning, i'm meteorologist chuck bell. weather headlines for today,
bundle up on your way out the door this morning. it's a cold day for sure. cold for awhile. we have your seven-day forecast, coming up. adding new fuel to the name debate. why the team name could be costing them on the field. >> the weather hash tag is winter coat day. meteorologist chuck bell trying to get us ready for these frigid conditions outside right now. >> you didn't need it yesterday, you may not need it today but i know a lot of folks were looking for the down parka yesterday afternoon. cold this morning. temperatures are now into the upper 20s and low 30s. windchills in the teens and low 20s. so your 24-hour focus is sub freezing cold on your way out the door. still cold at 7:00 tonight when you get home from work and school. even colder by tomorrow morning. likely 29 degrees by 7:00 a.m.